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Month: February 2018

Keeping satellites providing essential services safe

28 February 2018: Elon Musk’s decision to launch his Tesla sports car on the inaugural flight of SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket captured headlines around the world. But the incredible sight also served to highlight the growing number of manmade objects

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Volvo Ocean Race pushes teams to the limit

28 February 2018: An epic Leg 6 of the Volvo Ocean Race saw the teams pushed to extremes – from the wet and wild upwind conditions of the start through the stifling heat and calms of the doldrums, leading to

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Energy industry looks to IoT to cut waste and emissions

28 February 2018: Energy businesses are increasingly looking to leverage Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to manage and minimise the impact of their operations on the environment, finds an independent study commissioned by Inmarsat. Market research specialist Vanson Bourne interviewed

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Satcom Direct marks decade as Inmarsat partner for SwiftBroadband

22 February 2018: Inmarsat business aviation partner Satcom Direct (SD) is celebrating 10 years of partnership with Inmarsat as a provider of our SwiftBroadband service. L to R – Rupert Pearce CEO, Inmarsat and David Greenhill, President, Satcom Direct The

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Charity challenge aims to educate children affected by war

22 February 2018: A former soldier turned entrepreneur aims to raise £100,000 to educate children growing up in conflict zones by running races in their countries. Jordan Wylie has chosen Somalia, Iraq and Afghanistan for his Running Dangerously project –

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Solving the MILSATCOM vs COMSATCOM culture war

19 February 2018: In the February issue of MilSatMagazine, Inmarsat Government’s Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch, Senior Vice President of Government Strategy and Policy, discusses the benefits of an integrated satellite communication (SATCOM) architecture to provide resilient communication capabilities to support critical operational

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Inmarsat and Intellian embark on next-generation FleetBroadband development

14 February 2018: Inmarsat and Intellian have signed an outline agreement that will support major enhancements to our FleetBroadband service for the next decade and beyond.      L-R: Ronald Spithout, President, Inmarsat Maritime and Eric Sung, President & CEO,

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Hijackings highlight piracy dangers for shipping operators

08 February 2018: Inmarsat helped trace two oil tankers hijacked by pirates off the coast of West Africa. UK-based operator Union Maritime’s vessel MT Barrett and the Marine Express, owned by Japanese company Ocean Transit Carrier SA, were attacked within

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IoT to play leading role in protecting agricultural workers

07 February 2018: The farm of the future will leverage Internet of Things (IoT) technologies to create safer working environments and drive down risks to the workforce, according to an independent study commissioned by Inmarsat. Market research specialist Vanson Bourne

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Network completed: EAN ready to take off!

05 February 2018: Inmarsat and Deutsche Telekom, together with their technology partner Nokia, have completed the key technological step in the development of the European Aviation Network (EAN), the world’s first integrated S-band satellite and complementary LTE-based terrestrial network built for Europe.

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